As a student in the College of Education, Health, and Human Studies, you will participate in professional training and degree programs incorporating your creativity with necessary skills and knowledge needed in the marketplace to launch an extraordinary career.
Successful Outcomes Rates by Department
Child and Family Studies Department
Psychology and Counseling
Kinesiology, Nutrition and Recreation
Leadership, Middle and Secondary Education
Elementary, Early and Special Education
Our graduates go into the workforce ready to take on careers in many areas.
Where our Grads Work
Earning a degree is an investment in your future. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the median annual salary of someone with a high school diploma earns $24,336 less than someone with a bachelor’s degree. Check out the median salaries of some of our most popular career paths.
|Elementary School Teacher||$59,000|
|Substance Abuse / Behavioral Disorder / Mental Health Counselor||$46,000|
For some of our students, Southeast is their first step towards a higher degree or certification.
Where Our Alumni Attend Graduate and Professional School
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, '13
College of Education, Health and Human Studies
This program is housed within the College of Education, Health and Human Studies. The college boast programs that train students in mind, body, and soul. So, whether you want to teach, to care, to support or to fix, we have a program to get you there.